Suppose the computer you need to set up Ubuntu does not have a DVD-ROM drive on which you can set up the operating system with a disc. In that case, you can use Ubuntu installer or Panda Helper PC installer. This recording will guide you through the method of creating a bootable Ubuntu USB installer in Windows.
What is Ubuntu?
Rufus USB Installer is a free, open-source application that allows you to use the Ubuntu ISO Installer to create the Ubuntu USB bootloader. Format a USB stick with more space available than the size of the configuration log you want to transfer. Navigate to where the Rufus USB installation application is located on your PC and start Rufus. Click on the Device drop-down list and select the name of this formatted USB flash drive. Click on the “Partition Map and Destination System Classification” drop-down menu and select “MBR Partition Map for BIOS or UEFI.”
In the New Volume Label area, type a new name for a USB storage device to rename the current one. Select “FreeDOS” from the drop-down list “The best way to create a bootable disk with.” Click on the floppy disk icon to the right of FreeDOS. Navigate to the point where you downloaded the Ubuntu installer, then click on the ISO associated with all Ubuntu installers, and then click on Open. You selected FreeDOS in the Formatting. Another warning will appear to delete all current information from the USB memory drive.
How to Install Ubuntu?
Connect the USB drive to the computer needed to configure Ubuntu and turn on the computer. When the computer starts, you will want to see a message somewhere on the screen that allows you to press a specific key or key combination to change which computer drive you start. Press the necessary key combination to go to the start screen. Choose to boot from the hard drive associated with an Ubuntu USB installer. Make sure you have the perfect Ubuntu installer for the computer you want to install it on.
Try to boot from the USB drive of the computer where you are trying to install Ubuntu. You will probably see a message saying that your computer does not have the hardware to support Ubuntu’s specific version. This manual is accurate and truthful to the knowledge and beliefs of the author. The content is for information or entertainment purposes only. It did not intend to replace a single consultant or an expert in commercial, financial, legal, or technical difficulties.